Serving some fun cocktails at a 4th of July party is always a great addition to your party. We’re lucky that Gloria enjoys experimenting with cocktail recipes and putting her own spin on ones she’s been served. If you prefer non alcoholic drinks, any of these can easily be made as mocktails, too.
To make these as mocktails, simply substitute the alcohol with ginger ale. Top them with whipped cream to add a fun finishing touch.
Cheers to the Red, White, and Blue Cocktails for 4th of July Parties
Strawberry Rum Cocktail
This is one of my favorite cocktails. Any drink that combines rum and strawberry flavor is a win for me. You can find the recipe here or by clicking the photo below.
Blue Curacao 4th of July Cocktail
This cocktails combines champagne, vodka, pineapple juice, and blue curacao for a delicious, light drink. Click here or on the photo for the recipe.
Berries & Blush 4th of July Cocktail
This is a delicious blend of berries, sparkling wine, and vodka. Garnished with raspberries and blueberries, it’s perfect for the 4th of July. The recipe can be found here or by clicking the photo.
Red, White, & Blue Cocktail
Gloria made this cocktail last year for our 4th of July Party and it was a hit. It’s a colorful drink with red, blue, and white (clear)and it’s tasty, too!
Red, White, and Blue Cocktail
- 2 Shots Vodka
- 1.5 Shots Triple Sec
- 4 oz Cranberry Gingerale
- 1 Shot Blue Curacao
Add ice to cocktail shaker.
Add vodka and triple sec to shaker and shake vigorously.
Pour Cranberry Ginger Ale into cocktail glass
Add vodka and triple sec from shaker into glass.
Top with Blue Curacao.
Any of these cocktails will be perfect for your 4th of July Party! I’m looking forward to the cocktail that Gloria will create for this year! Whether you make these as cocktails or mocktails, they are sure to be a hit!
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Cheers to the Red, White, and Blue
Cocktails for 4th of July Parties
We’ll be sharing at lots of these great parties!